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"Thank You for Voting: The Maddening, Enlightening, Inspiring Truth about Voting in America" by Erin Geiger Smith

The checkmarks marched down the columns like hand-holding toddlers on a daycare outing.

New Book Proposes Universal Principles From the Bible for Solutions to America's Social and Financial Problems

On July 2, 2020 the book entitled, From Church House to Main Street, by Edward Wayne Kimbrough, involving ten years of research, was completed by the publisher. The book is based on a scientific analysis of the Holy Bible to ...

Mary Trump’s Disturbingly Credible Assessment Of Her ‘Dangerous’ Uncle Donald

No one will ever fully explain Donald Trump: the cruelty, the vanity, the insecurity converted to massive overconfidence. However, in “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Cre- ated the World’s Most Dangerous Man,” his niece Mary L. Trump ...

"One Year of Ugly" by Caroline Mackenzie

The officer at the bank said "yes." And there you were: the proud owner of something big, something you'd wanted your entire life. That's thrilling, on one hand, and scary on the other: you've achieved your dream, but you'll be ...

Candice Carty-Williams and Bernadine Evaristo Become 1st Black Authors to Win Top British Book Awards

Candice Carty-Williams and Bernardine Evaristo just won Book of the Year and Author of the Year at the British Book Awards, respectively, becoming the first Black authors to win these top prizes.

"We Are Power: How Nonviolent Activism Changes the World" by Todd Hasak-Lowy

You put a lot of work into your sign. When you were done, what was once the side of a cardboard box suddenly became a note to the world – but as you were making it, you have to admit ...

Loni Love Shares Commends Grassroots Activists of Civil Unrest and Talks About Her Experience with Racism

During her first-ever appearance on ABC's "The View," Emmy & 2x NAACP Image Award winning talk show host Loni Love shared her experience with racism as a college student and what will prompt change in America.

Why Buddha Never Had Alzheimer's: The Answer Can Be Found In Meditation, Yoga And Music

There are currently 5.8 million people in the U.S. today suffering from Alzheimer’s – a number that is expected to double by the middle of the century. Is it possible to stop or slow down this disease? Award-winning physician, scientist ...

Fight On! Atlanta’s ZuCot Gallery Showcases New Book Singing the History of African American Spirituals

ZuCot Gallery, one of the nation’s premier galleries highlighting the works of acclaimed African-American artists, is celebrating the release of the new book, Fight On, which visually expresses the story of the African American spirituals tradition through 59 paintings from ...

Freeda The Frog™And The Two Mommas Next Door

For toddlers, preschoolers, and older kids too, the world of grown-ups is often confusing and sometimes scary. In her Freeda the Frog™ children’s book series, author Nadine Haruni makes coping with various life challenges easier for little ones with the ...

Wholesome Supernatural Adventure Woven With Spiritual Insights

Journey to a new world with The Treasure Tree, a wholesome tale that weaves adventure, suspense and sweet romance with biblical principles that will resonate and prompt you to reflect upon your own choices and life journey.

"Keep Calm and Log On: Your Handbook for Surviving the Digital Revolution" by Gillian "Gus" Andrews

IT stands for "information technology." That's the department assigned to fix your computer, the one you've called four times today so far. No, you're not an idiot. You're not some old dog with new tricks. What you are is growly ...

"Black Widow" by Leslie Gray Streeter

You find yourself spinning, spinning, spinning. When you lose someone, that's how it feels: like you're spinning in place, you can't think or understand, and there's a time limit, as if you're in one of those game show Cash Machines ...

Author Teddy Hayes brings to life modern African-American detective Devil Barnett in acclaimed book series

Prolific author Teddy Hayes has developed one of the most unique detective book series over the last 20 years. Hayes’ crime genre series features hardened New York City African-American detective Devil Barnett, a “bad ass” private detective seeking redemption from ...

Freeda The Frog™And The Two Mommas Next Door

For toddlers, preschoolers, and older kids too, the world of grown-ups is often confusing and sometimes scary. In her Freeda the Frog™ children’s book series, author Nadine Haruni makes coping with various life challenges easier for little ones with the ...

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